Definitions for "Minerals"
Solid particles other than organic matter which act as major components of soils and sources of nutrient elements.
Naturally found chemicals (often salts) that are useful to plants, animals and peoples.
Nutrients required by the body in small amounts such as iron, calcium, and potassium.
specific minerals originating from kimberlitic rocks. Common indicator minerals are pyrope, chrome-diopside, picroilmenite and chromite.
Keywords:  oak, streaks, dark, knife, sliced
Dark spots or streaks in wood, particularly in American Oak. Open and Closed Side of Veneer With sliced and peeled veneer the open side is the side facing the knife and the closed side is the side facing the pressure bar.
Dark patches or pockets in wood, especially occurring in the American Oak.
substances that are required by organisms for growth, reproduction, and metabolism. Examples include phosphate and nitrate which algae absorb from the water.
Trace elements required for normal metabolism, as components of cells and tissues, and in nerve conduction and muscle contraction.
A nutritional component necessary for normal metabolism and growth.
Keywords:  teeth, healthy, bone, nerve, necessary
Chemicals that join together and make up rocks, which get broken down into soil. Minerals are found in a variety of foods and are necessary for the growth of living organisms.
chemicals the body needs in small amounts to produce blood, use nutrients and build bones and teeth
help regulate fluid balance, muscle contractions, and nerve impulses. Minerals also make up many structures of the body, such as bone, teeth, and blood vessels.
Monosaccharides Muscle Atrophy
Keywords:  won, underground, materials
Underground materials won by mining.
Same as Participating Royalty. (also Mineral Interest)
Keywords:  softening, effect
Used for their softening effect.
Keywords:  section, act, see
See Mining Act R.S.O. 1990 section 1.
Keywords:  see
See Mineral.